From my perspective at least, there was a feeling of anger that he would try to inject himself.
Her aspirations were noble: inject high art into pop music and create a Koons-esque kaleidoscope of dance tracks.
Then, when the system is depressurized there are other systems that inject water at low pressure.
Most impressive, he knows how to inject the logic and atmosphere of dreams into his fiction without becoming coy or vague.
This is not quite breaking news, of course, but it does inject a note of dramatic divisiveness into an otherwise tepid candidacy.
inject about a tablespoonful of this liquid and sediment up each nostril, with a syringe.
If you want to get alcohol into my system you must inject it under my skin.
After the usual washing out of the sinuses with the carbolic solution, I inject both of them in with liquid vasaline.
But Bothwell had managed to inject a fly into the ointment of my content.
Will you inject it with a hypodermic syringe between two impalpable plates to obtain were it only the wing of a fly?
inject in·ject (ĭn-jěkt')
v. in·ject·ed, in·ject·ing, in·jects
To introduce a substance, such as a drug or vaccine, into a body part.
To treat by means of injection.